Wednesday, March 30, 2016

RootsTech 2016 Swag

I had such a great time at RootsTech 2016. This was my first time attending in person and my first time attending as an Ambassador. What an amazing experience!

I left the conference with some fun RootsTech swag and I thought I would share photos of those items with you today.

One of the items I received is the very nice RootsTech bag in the middle of the photo below.

Here are some close-up views of other items.

In the photo below is my RootsTech lanyard. I collected a few buttons during the week. And of course, I collected some ribbons during the week too. In addition to the ribbons collected in the Expo Hall, Thomas MacEntee, founder of GeneaBloggers, shared some fun ones with me too. He had a lot of ribbons to choose from. The "GeneaBloggers," "i tweet," and "My Brain Hurts" ribbons were from him. Thank you Thomas!

Those pretty blue and gold beads were given to me by Thomas MacEntee because I'm a member of GeneaBloggers. The smaller ruby-colored beads were given to me by Eric Jelle, Founder of Genedocs. Thanks again Thomas! And thank you Eric!

See the little green selfie stick to the left of my lanyard? RootsTech gave each of the Ambassadors a selfie stick at the Media Dinner. What a fun gift! I didn't have a selfie stick before. Thanks RootsTech!

Close-up of the lanyard buttons.

My husband and I attended the MyHeritage RootsTech After-Party on Friday, February 6. What a fun evening! I'll share more about it in a future post. We had our pictures taken in their photo booth. Each attendee was given a blanket as a parting gift too. The photo is propped up against the blanket. Thank you MyHeritage!

Looking at these items from RootsTech 2016 reminded me of how much fun I had at the conference. I would love to attend next year too.

Thanks for reading!


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  1. So fun! I can't wait for next year. Let's meet up!!

    1. Yes, let's meet up at next year's RootsTech conference! :)




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